Navy Lodge Pensacola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lot. It doesn't feel bad, just different. One quiet afternoon after everyone was gone, we decided to take a Backcountry trail walk with Lily in Gulf State Park. We chose the Rosemary Dunes Trail because this is the one wherenLefty, the resident gator of Gulf State Park, has been spotted (and photographed by E) with her babies. She is named Lefty because she is missing a limb.
It started out as a lovely ...
Yet again another fort. This one spans about 150 years. First built in 1834 to guard Pensacola Bay, it was used through the Civil War, the Spanish American War, World War 1 and 2. It was decommissioned in 1946. There are very old parts of the fort with brick and mortar and later parts with concrete. There are watch towers and big concrete bunker that look like those on the coast of France. It was all place there to protect the harbor and ...
Today was to be a highlight of the trip for us. We planned to be at Bellingrath Gardens during the peak azalea time. Well, we are, but the cold snap of the last few days has really ruined the blooms. Most of the azaleas were drooping and dropping their blooms. Many that remained were wilted and spotted by the cold. What a bummer! However, many of the other ...
... bowling, we went into the bar at the bowling alley. They were doing karaoke in there so we went in there and sang along. What a great night. It was a big change from where we stayed with Mesa. There was only 2 restaurants around the hotel Mesa stayed at so unless you got a cab to go somewhere, you were stuck there with nothing to do. ...
... priced, spacious sites, easy hookup and nice friendly owners. Thank you Juley and Rob. It was a great place.
Our reasons for visiting Pensacola were two-fold. First of all, we have had several people tell us we needed to see the National Naval Aviation Museum because it was phenomenal, and the more important reason was because Pete lived there when he was five years old and his father was a Lieutenant in the Navy. He had some ...